A Conference on Everyday Faith, organised by Watling Valley Partnership in conjunction with Oxford Diocese and HeartEdge/St Martin-in-the-Fields, and hosted by the Church of the Servant King, Furzton.
We can’t do it all, but we can do something if we all work together.
Human touch is basic for our wellbeing and survival. Pray for Benjamin, and that his words will be an encouragement.
The Presidents of Churches Together in England, together with our partners Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, are calling the churches to prayer as we approach the date when the United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the European Union.
Archbishop Justin Welby’s New Year Message speaks about the need to ‘disagree well’.
It’s not all about the money raised, but that’s a staggering total!
Our 3 church Member Institutions (Christ the Cornerstone; St Frideswide’s and Stantonbury & Willen Ecumenical Partnership) sent members in support of Citizens:MK’s ‘House the Homeless’ Assembly.
I’m hoping to visit all thirty-one churches in Milton Keynes Deanery by the summer. I’m happy to preach but am keen to see how things happen on a normal Sunday.
1. Church Growth • Pioneer Ministry in New Areas • Lay-led Fresh Expressions • Re-planting struggling congregations • Filling in the Gaps • Building up Resource Churches • Looking beyond the original borders… • Local Training and Vocation 2. The Common Good • Proclaiming the Good News of the Kingdom • Ecumenical Partnership through Mission […]
By popular request we’ve started a new monthly Deanery Chapter Communion. Once a month, the clergy of Milton Keynes will gather at St Mary’s in Shenley Church End to break bread and share a few sandwiches… The first one took place on Wednesday 18th January. The New Testament Reading for the day reminded us of […]